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The cW Agenda: Spring 2021
SPRING AGENDA
All the news you need to know.

8.

A Nicotine Thing: There’s never been a better time to quit. Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center researchers have found nicotine can lead to the spread of breast cancer cells to the lungs. 

9.

Gamechanger: The new Keep A Breast app is a breast self-check app that connects users to a telehealth medical professional for direct, immediate support. keep-a-breast.org/keep-a-breast-app

7.

Transformers: Bionaut Labs, an L.A.-based startup, has created crumb-sized robots which can attack tumors from the inside, possibly reducing or eliminating the need for destructive forms of chemo and radiation.

8.

A Nicotine Thing: There’s never been a better time to quit. Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center researchers have found nicotine can lead to the spread of breast cancer cells to the lungs. 

9.

Gamechanger: The new Keep A Breast app is a breast self-check app that connects users to a telehealth medical professional for direct, immediate support. keep-a-breast.org/keep-a-breast-app

6.

In and Out: The Tigerlily Foundation in collaboration with Puma Biotechnology, Inc. recently launched BREATHE TV, a new educational and inspirational Facebook Live series dedicated to breast cancer. facebook.com/tigerlilyfoundation

7.

Transformers: Bionaut Labs, an L.A.-based startup, has created crumb-sized robots which can attack tumors from the inside, possibly reducing or eliminating the need for destructive forms of chemo and radiation.

8.

A Nicotine Thing: There’s never been a better time to quit. Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center researchers have found nicotine can lead to the spread of breast cancer cells to the lungs. 

9.

Gamechanger: The new Keep A Breast app is a breast self-check app that connects users to a telehealth medical professional for direct, immediate support. keep-a-breast.org/keep-a-breast-app

5.

The Surge: The world at large may pause, but cancer doesn’t. The University of New South Wales predicts a 52 percent increase of cancer-related surgery over the next two decades.

6.

In and Out: The Tigerlily Foundation in collaboration with Puma Biotechnology, Inc. recently launched BREATHE TV, a new educational and inspirational Facebook Live series dedicated to breast cancer. facebook.com/tigerlilyfoundation

7.

Transformers: Bionaut Labs, an L.A.-based startup, has created crumb-sized robots which can attack tumors from the inside, possibly reducing or eliminating the need for destructive forms of chemo and radiation.

8.

A Nicotine Thing: There’s never been a better time to quit. Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center researchers have found nicotine can lead to the spread of breast cancer cells to the lungs. 

9.

Gamechanger: The new Keep A Breast app is a breast self-check app that connects users to a telehealth medical professional for direct, immediate support. keep-a-breast.org/keep-a-breast-app

4.

What Goes Up: A new study from the University of Virginia Health System says the colons of African Americans age significantly faster, leading to higher colorectal cancer rates

5.

The Surge: The world at large may pause, but cancer doesn’t. The University of New South Wales predicts a 52 percent increase of cancer-related surgery over the next two decades.

6.

In and Out: The Tigerlily Foundation in collaboration with Puma Biotechnology, Inc. recently launched BREATHE TV, a new educational and inspirational Facebook Live series dedicated to breast cancer. facebook.com/tigerlilyfoundation

7.

Transformers: Bionaut Labs, an L.A.-based startup, has created crumb-sized robots which can attack tumors from the inside, possibly reducing or eliminating the need for destructive forms of chemo and radiation.

8.

A Nicotine Thing: There’s never been a better time to quit. Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center researchers have found nicotine can lead to the spread of breast cancer cells to the lungs. 

9.

Gamechanger: The new Keep A Breast app is a breast self-check app that connects users to a telehealth medical professional for direct, immediate support. keep-a-breast.org/keep-a-breast-app

3.

Get Connected: Meet Jasper, a new and free app that simply and easily organizes your cancer journey from warrior to thriver and beyond. hellojasper.com 

4.

What Goes Up: A new study from the University of Virginia Health System says the colons of African Americans age significantly faster, leading to higher colorectal cancer rates

5.

The Surge: The world at large may pause, but cancer doesn’t. The University of New South Wales predicts a 52 percent increase of cancer-related surgery over the next two decades.

6.

In and Out: The Tigerlily Foundation in collaboration with Puma Biotechnology, Inc. recently launched BREATHE TV, a new educational and inspirational Facebook Live series dedicated to breast cancer. facebook.com/tigerlilyfoundation

7.

Transformers: Bionaut Labs, an L.A.-based startup, has created crumb-sized robots which can attack tumors from the inside, possibly reducing or eliminating the need for destructive forms of chemo and radiation.

8.

A Nicotine Thing: There’s never been a better time to quit. Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center researchers have found nicotine can lead to the spread of breast cancer cells to the lungs. 

9.

Gamechanger: The new Keep A Breast app is a breast self-check app that connects users to a telehealth medical professional for direct, immediate support. keep-a-breast.org/keep-a-breast-app

2.

Stick and Poke: You get a vaccine! And you get a vaccine! A Dana-Farber Cancer Institute study shows the future of preventative cancer recurrence just may be in vaccines tailored to the mutated proteins on a warrior’s own tumor cells.

3.

Get Connected: Meet Jasper, a new and free app that simply and easily organizes your cancer journey from warrior to thriver and beyond. hellojasper.com 

4.

What Goes Up: A new study from the University of Virginia Health System says the colons of African Americans age significantly faster, leading to higher colorectal cancer rates

5.

The Surge: The world at large may pause, but cancer doesn’t. The University of New South Wales predicts a 52 percent increase of cancer-related surgery over the next two decades.

6.

In and Out: The Tigerlily Foundation in collaboration with Puma Biotechnology, Inc. recently launched BREATHE TV, a new educational and inspirational Facebook Live series dedicated to breast cancer. facebook.com/tigerlilyfoundation

7.

Transformers: Bionaut Labs, an L.A.-based startup, has created crumb-sized robots which can attack tumors from the inside, possibly reducing or eliminating the need for destructive forms of chemo and radiation.

8.

A Nicotine Thing: There’s never been a better time to quit. Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center researchers have found nicotine can lead to the spread of breast cancer cells to the lungs. 

9.

Gamechanger: The new Keep A Breast app is a breast self-check app that connects users to a telehealth medical professional for direct, immediate support. keep-a-breast.org/keep-a-breast-app

1.

Risk Assessment: According to the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Black thrivers were twice as likely to test positive for COVID-19. Your vaccine is more important than ever.

2.

Stick and Poke: You get a vaccine! And you get a vaccine! A Dana-Farber Cancer Institute study shows the future of preventative cancer recurrence just may be in vaccines tailored to the mutated proteins on a warrior’s own tumor cells.

3.

Get Connected: Meet Jasper, a new and free app that simply and easily organizes your cancer journey from warrior to thriver and beyond. hellojasper.com 

4.

What Goes Up: A new study from the University of Virginia Health System says the colons of African Americans age significantly faster, leading to higher colorectal cancer rates

5.

The Surge: The world at large may pause, but cancer doesn’t. The University of New South Wales predicts a 52 percent increase of cancer-related surgery over the next two decades.

6.

In and Out: The Tigerlily Foundation in collaboration with Puma Biotechnology, Inc. recently launched BREATHE TV, a new educational and inspirational Facebook Live series dedicated to breast cancer. facebook.com/tigerlilyfoundation

7.

Transformers: Bionaut Labs, an L.A.-based startup, has created crumb-sized robots which can attack tumors from the inside, possibly reducing or eliminating the need for destructive forms of chemo and radiation.

8.

A Nicotine Thing: There’s never been a better time to quit. Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center researchers have found nicotine can lead to the spread of breast cancer cells to the lungs. 

9.

Gamechanger: The new Keep A Breast app is a breast self-check app that connects users to a telehealth medical professional for direct, immediate support. keep-a-breast.org/keep-a-breast-app

1.

Risk Assessment: According to the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Black thrivers were twice as likely to test positive for COVID-19. Your vaccine is more important than ever.

2.

Stick and Poke: You get a vaccine! And you get a vaccine! A Dana-Farber Cancer Institute study shows the future of preventative cancer recurrence just may be in vaccines tailored to the mutated proteins on a warrior’s own tumor cells.

3.

Get Connected: Meet Jasper, a new and free app that simply and easily organizes your cancer journey from warrior to thriver and beyond. hellojasper.com 

4.

What Goes Up: A new study from the University of Virginia Health System says the colons of African Americans age significantly faster, leading to higher colorectal cancer rates

5.

The Surge: The world at large may pause, but cancer doesn’t. The University of New South Wales predicts a 52 percent increase of cancer-related surgery over the next two decades.

6.

In and Out: The Tigerlily Foundation in collaboration with Puma Biotechnology, Inc. recently launched BREATHE TV, a new educational and inspirational Facebook Live series dedicated to breast cancer. facebook.com/tigerlilyfoundation

7.

Transformers: Bionaut Labs, an L.A.-based startup, has created crumb-sized robots which can attack tumors from the inside, possibly reducing or eliminating the need for destructive forms of chemo and radiation.

8.

A Nicotine Thing: There’s never been a better time to quit. Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center researchers have found nicotine can lead to the spread of breast cancer cells to the lungs. 

9.

Gamechanger: The new Keep A Breast app is a breast self-check app that connects users to a telehealth medical professional for direct, immediate support. keep-a-breast.org/keep-a-breast-app

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